Rights of Self-Determination for the Rohingya Muslims & the Responsibility of the Muslim Ummah

By Dr. Firoz Mahboob Kamal Ethnic cleansing & the only option The ongoing massive campaign of ethnic cleansing provides little option for the Rohingya Muslims. Former Muslim majority state of Arakan –now called Rakhine, is being rapidly transformed to a Muslim-free zone. As a part of the project, 176 villages –about one-third of all villages, are made fully empty of the Muslims. The current regime has p ...

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London: Parsons Green Terror Attack, Israeli-led Secret Strategy Continues

By Sajjad Shaukat An explosion at Parsons Green underground (Commonly known as the Tube) station in Southwest London injured at least 29 passengers on September 15, this year and thus, led to another major terror attack in the Great Britain. Witnesses described scenes of panic after the blast sent a “fireball” and a “wall of flame”, follow the incident. The Metropolitan Police of the Britain is working with ...

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With Trump Gaging a Hardline Strategy; Iran Must Take a Decision Soon

Ishaal Zehra The Reuters reports, quoting some US officials, that President Donald Trump is weighing a more aggressive strategy towards Iran. The proposal which is said to be prepared by Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, national security advisor, H.R. McMaster and other top officials was presented to Trump on 8th of September at the National Security Council meeting, the sourc ...

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Separatist Movements Pose Serious Threat to Indian Federation

By Sajjad Shaukat Indian Minister of External affairs Jaswant Singh who served the BJP for 30 years was expelled from the party for praising Mohammad Ali Jinnah (Founder of Pakistan) and echoing the pain of the Indian Muslims in his book, “Jinnah: India, Partition, Independence.” While pointing out the BJP’s attitude towards the minorities, Singh wrote: “Every Muslim that lives in India is a loyal Indian…lo ...

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Integrated Border Management: Scope, Challenges and Framework for Pakistan

                                                         Integrated Border Management:Scope, Challenges and Framework for Pakistan by Rashid Munir Siddiqui (2017)  Table of Contents Abstract. 3 Introduction: 4 Significance/Scope of Study. 5 Review of Literature: 5 Research Methodology. 7 Organization of the Paper:. 7 Section –I. 7 Concept, Objectives, and Ingredients of Integrated Border Management (IBM). 7 ...

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India is Testing the Pak-China Friendship, but Alas!

BY  Ishaal ZehraIt is said that China makes time an ally. And the recent BRICS summit held at ‎Xiamen, China, upheld the saying. Understandably, some are calling this summit the second coming of BRICS. Not long back, the United States was seen criticizing China of building a ‘great wall of self-isolation’ around herself. Today the Geopolitical environment has changed with such a degree that opposite seem mo ...

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Trump Afghan Policy is Danger to Peace

By Zaheerul Hassan Both houses of Pakistani Parliaments Senate and National Assembly passed a resolution on 30 August 2017, strongly condemned US President Donald Trump's statement and his allegations that Islamabad is behind prolonged war in Afghanistan, denouncing as "hostile" and "threatening." In response, complete political elite sounded unanimously on the issue and out rightly condemned Trump statemen ...

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9/11 Tragedy & the US Double Game with Pakistan

By Sajjad Shaukat The grim tragedy which the United States suffered on September 11, 2001 through suicidal bombings on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon resulted into the death of more than 55000 innocent persons. This still remains fresh in the minds of Americans and people of other countries. In the drastic aftermath, the US held Al-Qaeda chief Osama Bin Laden responsible for the incident and attack ...

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